A laudable objective.
But this is not the primary goal of SDA evangelism.
Nor is it the main reason many people chose theirs from any of the 30,000-40,000 different “Christian” DBA’s available to them, each of which businesses collects funds, builds churches, does good deeds, etc., purportedly “in JC’s name”.
Instead, the basic idea behind SDA ministry, along with the teachings of most other Christian religions, is that IT is the “right” one. Therefore these institutions, and many of the individuals who worship them, are mostly interested—okay, in many cases obsessed—with ortho-everything, both doctrine and practice, and their “correct” way of expressing ultimate “truths”, even though their supposed certainty in any matter cannot be conclusively established by anyone possessing a finite intellect and a limited set of facts; that is, by any person on this planet.
Thus there are those in every church—and even a few regular commentators in this forum—who cite memory verses like so many parrots mimicking the words of their trainers. Not to show any affinity for fellow man—in fact, the net effect is as likely to drive people away—nor their love for god.
Rather, the hope seems to be that even if they sound like so much tinkling brass, their overly logical repetition of chosen cliches (absolutely all of which are out of context, both literally and temporally) will magically ensure their being rewarded a treat whenever, and if ever, Jesus eventually decides to answer the curtain call for his encore appearance here on earth.